Kristjan Kask, PhD, is associate professor of legal psychology at Tallinn University, Estonia. His main interest is legal psychology, more specifically in investigative interviewing and eyewitness identification issues. He has trained psychologists, psychiatrists, police officers and investigators, judges, prosecutors, lawyers and child protection workers in investigative interviewing of children.
Kati Valma (MA) is working as a child protection specialist in Tallinn municipality. She has taught domestically both students and practitioners about child welfare and children’s best interests.